At The Form Movement, we highly value the privacy of our clients and participants, and we are committed to abiding by the National Privacy Act 1988 and the Australian Privacy Principles, and other relevant privacy laws in managing personal information.
The Form Movement does not collect information unless the information is necessary for one or more of its operations and activities and will do so only by lawful and fair means. We will only collect personal information, which you have voluntarily provided to us, or consented to us collecting. Personal information, such as name, address, telephone number and e-mail address might be collected from you by
The Form Movement may collect personal information for the purpose of informing the individual about our services or promotions of interest. If this is not wished, please contact The Form Movement directly.
The Form Movement does not collect any sensitive information such as health, racial or ethnic background, or criminal records.
2.1 Data and Device Information: we automatically collect data when you use our website which may include, among other things, data on how you used our website, clicks, scrolls and other visiting information, your IP address, access dates and times, hardware and software as well as device information, unique identifiers, crash data, cookie data and the pages you have viewed and engaged with. We use this information to analyse trends and improve our services.
2.2 Cookies: when visiting our website, The Form Movement also collects some anonymous information about how you use our website by setting and accessing cookies on your computer. These cookies track information such as how often you visit our website and individual pages. You can configure your web browser to restrict or disable cookies, but please note that this may cause some parts of the website not to work at full functionality.
2.3 Third Party Services: if you visit third-party platforms such as Facebook or LinkedIn via our website, these third-party services may send us information such as your profile on these platforms. This information is controlled by third-party services to assess your use of their platforms and technology. Please revisit your browser or privacy settings if you would like to change the data third-party services collect.
2.4 NDIS Participant Information: if you have a NDIS plan, we may access some authorised plan information through the NDIS participant portal.
2.5 Information from other Service Providers or Professionals: we may access personal and/or plan information about you from plan managers, the NDIA, support coordinators and other health professionals or service providers that you authorise.
The Form Movement’s primary purpose for collecting personal information is to provide services to its clients and participants, and it will not sell, trade, reuse or otherwise disclose any personal information to a third party without prior consent.
Non-personal identifiable information, including but not limited to browser type, version and language, operating system, pages viewed while browsing the website, page access times and referring website address might – as of above – be collected when visiting our website, and this is for visitor traffic purposes only.
The Form Movement is committed to ensuring that all personal information is held securely and will take regular and reasonable steps to protect personal information from misuse, unauthorised access/use, modification, interference or disclosure and loss.
The Form Movement will disclose information and documents it holds upon request from the individual, with exception to the limitations imposed by privacy legislation. For security reasons, The Form Movement might require the individual’s request in writing. A request to provide information will be handled within reasonable time (30 days). The individual can request personal information to be updated/corrected by contacting The Form Movement directly.
Last updated – 1 August 2023